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Reply John Sandu says: January 18, 2011 at 1:54 am Hi Aaron! Best Regards, Gustavo GuerraSolutionDislike(0)Like(0)Dislike(0)Like(0)Miguel JoaoPosted on 2008-10-28Miguel JoaoRank: #55Posted on 2008-10-28SolutionHi All We have information that Microsoft is addressing this problem, and a fix will be provided, although there's still no If there is anything else I can submit that might help then let me know. I'd be interested in knowing where they came from and how to fix them, but it seems pretty certain now that they can be safely ignored. Source

I'd also be interested in seeing your CheckSUR log file if you have a chance to upload that as well. Reply Aaron Stebner says: January 29, 2010 at 1:53 pm Hi Allan J - I'm not sure if those 4 errors are safe to ignore or not. Reply Aaron Stebner says: January 21, 2010 at 11:30 am Hi Jerminski73 - I'm very sorry for the continued hassles here. Install log: The following properties have been set: Property: [AdminUser] = true {boolean} Property: [ProcessorArchitecture] = AMD64 {string} Property: [VersionNT] = 6.1.0 {version} Running checks for package '.NET Framework 2.0', phase

But then I get a “Following Update could not be installed” message. If it is from an application, do you know which application? The CheckSUR.log file will have more information about where to find those keys. Reply ogunther says: July 18, 2007 at 5:46 pm I opened the command prompt as Administrator and attempted to follow your instructions and got the following: C:Windowssystem32>sfc /scannow Beginning system scan.

Well, this is in fact important, because without this fix, all transactions will be auto-committed, and never rolled back, even when errors occur at the application level. It reports "File C:WindowsAssemblyGAC_32mscorlib2.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089big5.nlp is not installed on the system", and then reports this same problem with 10 more files on this same path - bopomofo.nlp, normidna.nlp, normnfc.nlp, normnfd.nlp, normnfkc.nlp, normnfkd.nlp, My case (problem) is registraded but no answer....Utopian86 : I tried this install but I receive the error "prerequisite program is NOt installed ...Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 "I am in the I recently installed a .Net 2.0 app from another developer (using VS 2008 on XP).

If that doesn't help either, then you will probably have to repair/re-install your OS to fix this issue. They may want to try and uninstall the damaged frameworks from the "uninstall a program" control panel applet.This may or may not work depending on the individual situation. Several functions may not work. If you would like to try to fix them, I would suggest looking at step 3 at the end of my blog post at http://blogs.msdn.com/astebner/archive/2009/01/09/9303167.aspx.

That's about it. If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site.Would you like to participate? Am I just hosed? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Incidentally, sfc /scannow always claims to have found found corrupt files and successfully repaired them, but the problems always persist. https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/astebner/2007/03/26/how-to-repair-the-net-framework-2-0-and-3-0-on-windows-vista/ If the above manual fix does not work, then you might be able to solve this by installing the latest Windows Vista service pack (SP2). Windows Vista OS files and registry information (including those that are a part of the .NET Framework 2.0 and 3.0) are protected by Windows Resource Protection (WRP) in Windows Vista. Figured I'd post it here.

For the missing payload file, a filename and the name of its containing folder were provided, but it took some poking around to figure out that the folder was meant to this contact form There are two possibilities now. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. Marked as answer by Barry WangMicrosoft contingent staff, Moderator Monday, May 04, 2015 9:34 AM Friday, April 24, 2015 5:15 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 0 Sign in to vote As

  • To make matters worse, when a .NET Framework hotfix fails to install due to hard-locked files, the original file can end up being removed from the GAC entirely, which can cause
  • Windows Resource Protection could not perform the requested operation.
  • Reply Aaron Stebner says: April 6, 2010 at 10:43 am Hi Wmudg01 - I haven't heard of this type of error before.
  • This seems to suggest that some registry editing might be needed, but it's not clear to me exactly what to edit.
  • Saturday, August 27, 2016 5:52 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote It doesn't solve the problem at all.
  • It is then possible to reinstall the desired .Microsoft .NET Framework after the old installation has been removed completely from the computer system.The tool of choice for this procedure is the
  • This behavioral change has been identified as a Microsoft .Net Framework problem and as such, we've reported this mis-behavior to the Microsoft Developer Support team, were its being addressed (check Microsoft
  • If so, then I'd suggest taking a look at the forum post at http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en/netfxsetup/thread/743ffddd-134b-4a95-8872-4a25c23ebea3 to see if that helps in this scenario.

It seems the only remaining problem is that Windows Update fails to handle .NET related updates. I tried several planner and organizer programs, which I have installed and uninstalled and I think one of these uninstalls deleted something used by Netframe 4.0. I do not know if this matters. http://olivettipc.com/problem-with/have-problem-doing.html As such, the workaround is to not install the Microsoft .Net Framework 2.0 Service Pack 2 on OutSystems Platform servers.

Reply partogi says: September 14, 2009 at 3:22 am i think i got some problems with .NET frameworks. Windows Update has now successfully installed all updates including the stubborn KB974470. IIRC, the first time I installed a program that needed .NET 3.5 on Win 10 Tech Preview, I was prompted to download and install .NET 3.5.

ALL IS OK Thanks for your help Regards ;) Attached Files WU Update 3.txt 4.14KB 32 downloads Edited by Emile, 02 June 2011 - 09:52 AM.

The message Product verification succeeded indicates that that scanned .Net Framework version is installed correctly on the system. You might be able to narrow it down by running msconfig.exe and looking at which items are listed in the Startup tab (those are the programs configured to run every time It doesn't repair things like registry keys, permissions, service registration, etc. As I previously described here, the 2.0 and 3.0 versions are installed as OS components on Windows Vista and do not appear in the Programs and Features (formerly known as Add/Remove

I had this problem with Windows 10 before I upgraded to this extra super latest release, and I have it after the upgrade. Navigation gHacks Technology News The independent technology news blog HomeHeader MenuHomeWindowsSoftwareFirefoxChromeGoogleAndroidEmailDealsBest ofSupport Us Return to Content How To Troubleshoot .NET Framework Issues By Martin Brinkmann on November 9, 2010 in Tutorials the problem is, the that program requires a system logout in order that the arrow icon removed. http://olivettipc.com/problem-with/problem-with-oe-6-0.html This tool will create a log named c:windowslogscbschecksur.log, so if you run this tool, please upload that to the file server as well so I can see if I can spot

I did rerun the scan again and it got to 56% and aborted for the same reason. I get the lovely "mscorwks.dll could not be loaded" dialog. Reply Jerminski73 says: January 12, 2010 at 11:06 am Got the name of any Server 2008 guru's with a blog I can ask these questions to? For instance, PowerShell failed to run, Visual Studio 2005 failed, NAnt failed to run, etc.

This command will scan all protected system files and replace incorrect versions with correct Microsoft versions When the scan completes, the SFC tool will indicate whether or not it found any So maybe I'm done. These were all specifically identified by path and filename in the "Unavailable repair files" section. The OP was confused about the association (or lack thereof) between .NET 2.0 and .NET 4.0.

I followed the instructions at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940410 to try to remove the corrupted package for KB974470, but the package manager couldn't remove it. Reply Aaron Stebner says: January 4, 2011 at 5:20 pm Hi Keith - SFC only repairs the files that are installed as a part of Windows.